Melanie Patt graduated in Pharmaceutical Sciences at the ETH Zurich and received a federal diploma as a pharmacist in 2014. She conducted her master thesis at the Drug Formulation and Delivery group of the ETH on site-directed mutagenesis and PEGylation of two prolyl endopeptidases. After graduation, she worked as a pharmacist in a hospital as well as in a community pharmacy.
In May 2016 she joined the Molecular and Systems Toxicology group as a PhD-student. Her research focuses on xenobiotics disrupting the adrenocortical steroid biosynthesis.
Schulz JD, Patt M, Basler S, Kries H, Hilvert D, Gauthier MA, Leroux JC: Site-Specific Polymer Conjugation Stabilizes Therapeutic Enzymes in the Gastrointestinal Tract., in: Adv Mater. 2016 Feb;28(7):1455-60. doi: 10.1002/adma.201504797
|Strajhar, Petra; Tonoli, David; Jeanneret, Fabienne; Imhof, Raphaella M.; Malagnino, Vanessa; Patt, Melanie; Kratschmar, Denise V.; Boccard, Julien; Rudaz, Serge; Odermatt, Alex: Steroid profiling in H295R cells to identify chemicals potentially disrupting the production of adrenal steroids, in: Toxicology 381, 2017, S. 51-63. edoc|